Brookville, Pennsylvania

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Brookville is a borough in Jefferson County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, 80 mi northeast of Pittsburgh.wikipedia
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Jefferson County, Pennsylvania

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Brookville is a borough in Jefferson County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, 80 mi northeast of Pittsburgh.
Its county seat is Brookville.

Brookville Presbyterian Church and Manse

The Brookville Historic District, Brookville Presbyterian Church and Manse, Gray-Taylor House, Joseph E. Hall House, and Phillip Taylor House are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Brookville Presbyterian Church and Manse is a historic Presbyterian church located at White and Main Streets in Brookville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, United States.

Gray-Taylor House

The Brookville Historic District, Brookville Presbyterian Church and Manse, Gray-Taylor House, Joseph E. Hall House, and Phillip Taylor House are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Gray-Taylor House is a historic home located at Brookville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania.

Brookville Historic District (Brookville, Pennsylvania)

Brookville Historic District
The Brookville Historic District, Brookville Presbyterian Church and Manse, Gray-Taylor House, Joseph E. Hall House, and Phillip Taylor House are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Brookville Historic District is a national historic district located at Brookville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania.

Joseph E. Hall House (Brookville, Pennsylvania)

Joseph E. Hall House
The Brookville Historic District, Brookville Presbyterian Church and Manse, Gray-Taylor House, Joseph E. Hall House, and Phillip Taylor House are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Joseph E. Hall House, also known as the Hall-Nicholson House and Rebecca M. Arthurs Memorial Library, is a historic home located at Brookville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania.

Redbank Creek (Pennsylvania)

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The first non-Native American settler of the land within the eventual town limits was Moses Knapp, who built a log house at the confluence of North Fork Creek and Sandy Lick Creek (which form Redbank Creek) in 1801.
Redbank Creek is born at the confluence of Sandy Lick Creek and the North Fork Creek in the borough of Brookville, then flows west to form the border between Clarion County on the north bank and Armstrong County on the south bank.

Sandy Lick Creek

The first non-Native American settler of the land within the eventual town limits was Moses Knapp, who built a log house at the confluence of North Fork Creek and Sandy Lick Creek (which form Redbank Creek) in 1801.
Sandy Lick Creek arises in Sandy Township north of Lake Sabula and joins North Fork Creek to form Redbank Creek in the borough of Brookville, Jefferson County.

North Fork Creek

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The first non-Native American settler of the land within the eventual town limits was Moses Knapp, who built a log house at the confluence of North Fork Creek and Sandy Lick Creek (which form Redbank Creek) in 1801.
North Fork Creek and Sandy Lick Creek join to form Redbank Creek in the borough of Brookville, Jefferson County.

Phillip Taylor House

The Brookville Historic District, Brookville Presbyterian Church and Manse, Gray-Taylor House, Joseph E. Hall House, and Phillip Taylor House are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Phillip Taylor House, also known as the Pennsylvania Memorial Home, is a historic home located at Brookville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania.

Reynoldsville, Pennsylvania

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U.S. Route 322 (Main Street) passes through the center of town, leading southeast 12 mi to Reynoldsville and west 16 mi to Clarion.
U.S. Route 322 (Main Street) passes through the borough, leading northwest 12 mi to Brookville, the county seat, and southeast 10 mi to Luthersburg.

New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania Route 28 joins US 322 as Main Street through Brookville, but leads northeast 17 mi to Brockway and southwest 19 mi to New Bethlehem.
To the northeast, PA 28 leads 20 mi to Brookville and Interstate 80.

Clarion, Pennsylvania

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U.S. Route 322 (Main Street) passes through the center of town, leading southeast 12 mi to Reynoldsville and west 16 mi to Clarion.
U.S. Route 322 passes through the borough as Main Street, leading northwest 28 mi to Franklin and southeast 16 mi to Brookville.

Brockway, Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania Route 28 joins US 322 as Main Street through Brookville, but leads northeast 17 mi to Brockway and southwest 19 mi to New Bethlehem.
Pennsylvania Route 28 has its eastern terminus at US 219 in Brockway and leads west 18 mi to Brookville.

Brookville Area School District

Brookville Area
The Brookville Area School District provides kindergarten through 12th grade public education for the community.
The District serves the Boroughs of Brookville and Summerville and Barnett Township, Beaver Township, Clover Township, Eldred Township, Heath Township, Knox Township, Pine Creek Township, Rose Township and Warsaw Township in Jefferson County, Pennsylvania.

Twyford Motor Car Company

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The town enjoyed great economic success during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, serving as home to several factories, breweries, an important railroad stop for local coal and timber, and briefly the Twyford Motor Car Company, which operated from 1905 to 1907 and produced the world's first four-wheel drive automobile.
The Twyford Stanhope was an early American car, made from 1904 to 1906 by the Twyford Motor Car Company of Brookville, Pennsylvania.

Brookville Equipment Corporation

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Brookville Equipment Corporation, based in Brookville, Pennsylvania, United States, manufactures railroad locomotives for industrial and light capacity switching needs.

Pennsylvania Route 28

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Pennsylvania Route 28 joins US 322 as Main Street through Brookville, but leads northeast 17 mi to Brockway and southwest 19 mi to New Bethlehem.
In Brookville, PA 28 has a Wrong-way concurrency with U.S. Route 322 and Pennsylvania Route 36.

Pennsylvania Route 36

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Pennsylvania Route 36 leads northwest from Brookville 23 mi to Leeper and south 19 mi to Punxsutawney.
In Brookville, PA 36 has a three-route concurrency with U.S. Route 322 and PA 28 along Main Street.

Pittsburg and Shawmut Railroad

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Previous businesses include the Pittsburg and Shawmut Railroad.
The main shops were located in Brookville, Pennsylvania.

Brookville Area Jr./Sr. High School

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The district operates Brookville Area Jr./Sr. High School (7th-12th), Hickory Grove Elementary School (3rd-6th), Pinecreek Elementary School (1st-2nd), and Northside Elementary School (K).

Area code 814

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Cities served by the area code include Altoona, Bradford, DuBois, Erie, Meadville, Oil City, Titusville, Johnstown, St. Marys, and Warren as well as the boroughs of State College, Brockway, Clearfield, Huntingdon, Mount Union, Bedford, Clarion, Punxsutawney, Tyrone, Ebensburg, Coudersport, Ridgway and Brookville.

Borough (Pennsylvania)

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Brookville is a borough in Jefferson County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, 80 mi northeast of Pittsburgh.

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Brookville is a borough in Jefferson County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, 80 mi northeast of Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh

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Brookville is a borough in Jefferson County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, 80 mi northeast of Pittsburgh.